Friday, February 8, 2019 at Online Event Via Go To Webinar
Starts at 2:00 PM · Ends at 3:00 PM, EDT (America/New_York)
While the benefits of a classroom response system in large lecture halls may be obvious, those same benefits can be obtained in smaller, more intimate class of 30 or fewer students. Led by Brian Geislinger of Gadsden State Community College, this webinar will discuss both how iClicker can be effectively used in small classes, as well as the unique challenges that active learning techniques in a smaller group can present.
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- Brian Geislinger
Physics & Astronomy Instructor at Gadsden State Community CollegeAfter earning his PhD in Physics from UAB, Brian Geislinger has taught Physics and Astronomy at Gadsden State Community College for the past 10 years. And while he has taught in large lecture halls, Gadsden State is a smaller community college with class sizes rarely over 30 students. In his time at the college, Brian has been recognized with a number of awards for innovation both in teaching and for the use of technology in his classroom.
Online Event Via Go To Webinar